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Older versions of the Windows flavour of Apache's web server software are vulnerable to a critical code injection flaw as well as a pair of lesser security bugs. The most dire of three security bugs in a core component of version 2.2.14 of Apache, and possibly earlier releases of the software, creates a mechanism for hackers to …

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FAIL

Something fishy about the headline?

So history was wrong? The Indians were clobbered by Custer, not the other way around? Hmm... 135 cavalry vs. several thousand Indians... yep... Custer won.

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Re: Something fishy about the headline?

The bug is attacking. The headline is fine. Go and tell someone else how to do their job. Buh-bye!

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Re: Something fishy about the headline?

Whatever, you insane nitpicker.

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It's good

Bug attacks Apache. Apache (in the latest version) has clobbered the bug. Hence, the bug has been Custered.

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Joke

freetards

Lol, see freetards have holes in their pants too!

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